Rick, we are expecting a blog about Design East, after the summit with happenings and outcomes of the events. This will be helpful for our members t knows about the recent trends and on which direction the industry is heading. Personally am interested in more to know about Android in embedded systems.
Sounds like a really worthwhile conference with a diverse and really interesting agenda that spans most of the current engineering hot buttons. Thanks for giving the Design News community a heads up and good road map to DESIGN East. The certification and training possibilities sound really worthwhile even though I bet the lure of swag is still a draw for many.
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